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Behringer V-Tone GM108

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Behringer belonging to the V-Tone series.

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Behringer V-Tone GM108Published on 07/05/05 at 15:00
I got this guitar amp with my first guitar pack the Behringer V-Tone GM108 guitar pack. It cost my dad $210 australian for the pack. We purchased it at a music shop called KC's Rock shop, Boronia in Victoria.

I just love the fact that it has the amp, style and speaker settings to get different amp sounds which is great for beginers. It also features gain, high, low and mid controls +master (volume)

If there is one thing i dont like about it is that the gain control does not have a wide distortion range compared to peavey and marshall. Even a 10watt marshall amp has more distortion that this.

Well made. In the car boot it will topple over tons and still be in miint condition. Well made......
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I got this guitar amp with my first guitar pack the Behringer V-Tone GM108 guitar pack. It cost my dad $210 australian for the pack. We purchased it at a music shop called KC's Rock shop, Boronia in Victoria.

I just love the fact that it has the amp, style and speaker settings to get different amp sounds which is great for beginers. It also features gain, high, low and mid controls +master (volume)

If there is one thing i dont like about it is that the gain control does not have a wide distortion range compared to peavey and marshall. Even a 10watt marshall amp has more distortion that this.

Well made. In the car boot it will topple over tons and still be in miint condition. Well made for a cheap amp. Proves that behringer are doing a great job.

This is the PERFECT amp for the beginner. 15watts means your not gunna go on live with it but its not made for that either. Its made for the beginner to jam with a friend and practise because it has a LOT of options.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"Behringer V-Tone GM108 Modeling Amp"

Behringer V-Tone GM108Published on 11/21/04 at 15:00
Purchased at Gutar Center for $59.99 (list price is $79.99)

This is an incredibly versatile modeling amp. It models 3 different amps, 3 speaker configurations and 3 gain settings. It also offers a 3 band equalizer along with a separate drive control. Add in the headphone jack, CD input and master volume and you have an incredible package. The tweed models Fender, the British models Marshall and the California models Mesa/Booogie. The clean is clean and the overdrive modeling is pretty darned good. You get the impression of compression rather than clipping. When you use the speaker models (other than "Flat") you would not beleive the sound if being produced by a single 8 inch......
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Purchased at Gutar Center for $59.99 (list price is $79.99)

This is an incredibly versatile modeling amp. It models 3 different amps, 3 speaker configurations and 3 gain settings. It also offers a 3 band equalizer along with a separate drive control. Add in the headphone jack, CD input and master volume and you have an incredible package. The tweed models Fender, the British models Marshall and the California models Mesa/Booogie. The clean is clean and the overdrive modeling is pretty darned good. You get the impression of compression rather than clipping. When you use the speaker models (other than "Flat") you would not beleive the sound if being produced by a single 8 inch speaker. This amp is LOUD when you want it to be.

I like everything about this amp.

This is built llike a tank. I have taken it on the road with me for business trips in checked luggage. The size and weight make it great for that purpose. The quality is excellent.

This is a great amp. It works wonderfully at home and on the road. The headphone jack kept me from getting tossed out of my hotel while on the road and playing later at night. The modeling is getting VERY close to analog overdrive and tone. This all comes in a compact, affordable package. When looking for this amp, I compared it head-to-head with several others (all costing more 1.5 to 3 times more) and this little amp blew them all away. If you want an amp that sounds great, and gives you amazing versatility without breaking the bank or your back, buy this amp.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Behringer V-Tone GM108Published on 02/16/05 at 15:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Small amps 15 WATH
Guitar connections (normal right?) connection possible with a hi-fi (or CD player etc. for "beef") and headphone connection
It comes usually in the pack behringer v-tone guitar for 130 Euro + amp + accessories (!!!!)
there is no effect but the mode amps, amp simulations, and speaker settings (low, mid and high)
seriously there are not many things but for the price!

UTILIZATION

Operation is very simple (together, there is not much to know! Lol)

for the manual, we finally ateint perfection, not only is it well explained but it is more pleasant to read (a very small dose of humor!)

SOUNDS

Personelemnt me so I made the punk necessarily the disto I miss......
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Small amps 15 WATH
Guitar connections (normal right?) connection possible with a hi-fi (or CD player etc. for "beef") and headphone connection
It comes usually in the pack behringer v-tone guitar for 130 Euro + amp + accessories (!!!!)
there is no effect but the mode amps, amp simulations, and speaker settings (low, mid and high)
seriously there are not many things but for the price!

UTILIZATION

Operation is very simple (together, there is not much to know! Lol)

for the manual, we finally ateint perfection, not only is it well explained but it is more pleasant to read (a very small dose of humor!)

SOUNDS

Personelemnt me so I made the punk necessarily the disto I miss but I have a multi effect hachet cot (this is what I recommend to do!)
I play with the behringer comes with the pack and I can not complain!
I get the sound I want, neither too sweet nor too metal (with the following settings: everything 7, amp: british, fashion: hi gain, speaker: uK)

for the note I will say with a 9 multi purpose and multi purpose without 7

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year soon and I'm satisfied!
I did not try much before, I have since tried other and really, I'm satisfied!
RAPORT Qualter the price is the best I ever seen!
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ... If I had a lot of money: ROUGH!
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Behringer V-Tone GM108Published on 03/09/06 at 14:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Combo 15watts transistors
Between a guitar
Between 1 CD
1 x headphones
Rglages
Input level (drive)
Master volume
3-band EQ
3 amp simulations (tweed / british / Californian)
Three drive modes (clean / hi gain / hot)
3 HP simulated (flat, US, UK)
1 8-inch HP
No channel switching, no rverbe
I was looking for a chic and cheap amp to work ... and I found home.

UTILIZATION

Ben is a one channel amp
One branch is lighted, it Trifouille buttons and ears saying "I like / I do not like)
For those who do not come out, the manual is more than yammer complet.Il blank pages to record your favorite rglages.

SOUNDS

Ct sound, it is far from over grsilent boxes......
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Combo 15watts transistors
Between a guitar
Between 1 CD
1 x headphones
Rglages
Input level (drive)
Master volume
3-band EQ
3 amp simulations (tweed / british / Californian)
Three drive modes (clean / hi gain / hot)
3 HP simulated (flat, US, UK)
1 8-inch HP
No channel switching, no rverbe
I was looking for a chic and cheap amp to work ... and I found home.

UTILIZATION

Ben is a one channel amp
One branch is lighted, it Trifouille buttons and ears saying "I like / I do not like)
For those who do not come out, the manual is more than yammer complet.Il blank pages to record your favorite rglages.

SOUNDS

Ct sound, it is far from over grsilent boxes transistors that they amplify. However J'mets qques Reserved rglages about the most extreme (Californian + HOT + UK) one-sounding artificial anything (it's like a stuffed turkey turkey without: beginners, but good at heart as and when it eats nothing but a farce). Otherwise, the clean is clean and my sound is a combination prfr "British + flat + hi gain". If we drive out the RULES to the disto CONTRL with the dynamics of its jeu.Mon of references is the JCM 800 and I must say that comes close (relatively guards ).
I put a 8 causes the rendering of certain sounds artificial.

OVERALL OPINION

I did not want an amp full of long-term effects eventually tiring the listener / musician. It was right here a simple but effective package.
It took me about 5 minutes to test it and ship it this afternoon APRS.
At the price I pay (60) sr I plunged back in stride.
Lightweight, not bulky, simple and powerful enough to work at home or with friends (without drums).
I know some will still cringe, but Behringer has done trs fort on this one ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: V-Tone GM108
  • Series: V-Tone
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 02/01/2005

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Other names: v tonegm108, vtonegm108, v tone gm 108, v t 1 gm108, v t 1 gm108, vt 1 gm108, v t 1 gm 108, GM108, GM 108

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